Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

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LOCALS Mrs. Imogene Houson moved have been doing spring -work Sunday from above the Pixler there, have returned to their store to the F. A. Kiel house on home at Arlington. The Home- College street. woods hnve throe children. Mr and Mrs. William Dilley Mr. and Mrl'ATch Wcod and and family have moved from the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiel art- Carpenter house on Main street spending a week at Wood Lake to the Don Durfey house on Un- Wis., fishing and camping ion street. « Miss Bernice Bonjour, Eileen and Daniel Bonjour and David Dickinson went Monday to Nevada, to attend the Seventh Day Adventist Bible camp, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis went Thursday to Chicago on a buying trip for their variety store. The Home Benefit club will meet Tuesday, June 13, with Mrs. Ida Burns. Mr. and Mrs. James Orr and family, and Mr. and Mrs. William Orr and family attended the graduation of their niece, Alicia Connor, at Cedar Rapids, Friday evening. The latter stayed all night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Harold Aj-nett. U.S.N. Senior Chief and Mrs. Gordon Leech and daughters, Middietown, Rhode Island, left Wednesday after a two weeks leave spent here with her mother, Mrs. Margaret McSweeney. Week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Knight were: Ed Hamann of Marquettc; Gene Van Buren, Staples, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beilkc and Richard of Rockford, 111. Mr. and Mrs". J7 C. Knight of Janesviliq, Wis., were visitors in the home of Mrs. Ida Knight this week. All had been here to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Knight, Jr., at the St. Francis church, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burns and Roger, Mrs. Ida Burns and Mrs. Eunice Johnson attended the 25th ; wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kaune, Sunday, June 4, at the St. John Lutheran church, at Arlington. Mrs. Ervin Van Bogart and children are Visiting her mother in South'Dakota. Sunday afternoon callers at the Rolande Gray home were Mr. and Mrs; ; Jack Becker of Maynard. Supper guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lund were: Mr. and Mrs. Art Crawford, Mrs. Doris Ash, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lund, Linda and Lorraine Lund, Greg and Pam Lund. The occasion was in honor of the wedding anniversary of the Grawfords. Mr. and Mra~E. A. Billings will go Thursday, June 8, to Des Moines, to visit in the Harry and Leslie Billings homes, and from there they will go to Kansas City to visit in the home of their son, Charles Billings and family. Before returning home they will also visit her brother, Charles Little, at Arbela, Mo. Mrs.'Floyd~Manson returned home from the West Union hospital Friday, after submitting to an appendectomy on May 27. Her mother, Mrs. Ida -Bowman, Arlington, came Friday evening to remain in the Manson home for awhile during Mrs. Manson's convalescence. Mr. and Mrs. "Jacob Yearous plan to go Wednesday, June 7, to Akittn, Iowa, to spend a couple of day* ftrith their daughter and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Chester Guiiui. Mrs. Harley ~B'.oomtield of Sterling,- €616., visited -last week in the home of her sister, Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth. Donald Chensvold, West Union, spent the week-find" with his grandparents, Mr; and Mr* Park Cowles. Linda and Lorraine Lund, children of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lund, Cedar Rapids, are spending three week* *t the : home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lund. Mr. and Mrs! Charles Lockard were Saturday evening visitors of his moth«r, Mrs. Lillian O 1 - Conhwin Waterloo. . Mh an* - Miif "Peter Fauser were among f» 80 attintUirta at the *ftrt!uW Fgusef • reunteh at Duri%er*bn, T Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lund and family of Aledo, 111., visited a few days last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lund. Greg and Pam Lund stayed for a two weeks visit' in their grandparents home. Mrs. Earl Vierow and two children, of Waverly, are spending this week with her mother, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker Gary Dake to his home at Dysart, Saturday morning, and spent the day with relatives there. Upon their return Saturday evening, Gary came home with them to spend another week with David in the Baker nome. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sieleman and family, Mason City, spent Sunday, June 4, with her mother, Mrs. Mildred Timm, to assist her in celebrating her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James McSweeney are getting settled in their home here in Fayette, the residence of his mother, the late Mrs. Sarah McSweeney, on Jones street. Remodeling has been done in the residence and a new furnace installed. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Marengo attended the class reunion of tne class of '56 from Fayette high school. Ten class members and their families attended, and also a number of former teachers. Several members who weie unable to attend wrote letters. A picnic dinner was held at noon. Mrs. Marge Pfaff of Toledo, Ohio, returned home Wednesday after a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Marvin and relatives at Waterloo. Lloyd Marvin arrived Thursday to spend a month's vacation at his home here, from his work in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fhx, of Baltimore, Maryland, are here visiting his mother, Mrs. A. J. Fox. Decoration Day afternoon visi- .tors at the home of Mrs. Mildred ivlmer were the Robert Miner family of Independence, and Mr. and Mrs. Kc-nneth Miner and Brooks of Maynard. Kenneth Miner, who recently received his discharge from the army has moved with his family to Maynard and is employed at the Maynard Co-op, at which place- lie worked before entering into service. — •— Mrs. Will Hall is leaving Friday morning for Rock Island, 111., where she will attend the graduation exercises of her grandson, Richard Hall, Jr. — •— The Earl Vierow family of Waverly were Decoration Day guests of her mother, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. _ ^ Mrs. Kenneth Moore, of Wa- tcrlco, and Mrs. Howard Gravatt, of M;irshalltown were among the out-of-town people who attended the college play "The Matchmaker". They were house guests of the Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine. — •— Lorraine Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lund of Cedar Rapids spent last week in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lund. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer, of Orleans, Ind., and Mrs. Ella Brewer, of Riverside, Calif., were week-end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Wooldridge. ^ J . ff Mrs. Ruth Ash, Mrs. Irene Dumermuth and Mrs. Mabel Chase visited in the Don Durfey home in Cedar Rapids last week. ^ — Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth and Dennis and Brent Johnson of Marengo attended a surprise birthday gathering in the Walter Moth home near Fair-bank recently. , ^ n nob Grimes is living in his trai!i.'i- in Elgin, now. He had spent sumo time with his daughter, Mrs. Earl Aanes. r ^T. .. Mr. and Mrs. Bob MacKelry and Cora and baby daughter, of Lcbenon, Mo., returned recently from a visit in the Lattie SVnerl and Evelyn Earl homes. " 9 ~ Guests in the home of Mrs. Katherine Gross, the week-end of May 27, were her son Max of Ames, and Mohammed Siddiqui, of Pakistan, who is a student at Iowa State university, Ames. At the end of two weeks at home, Max will leave to attend summer school at Boulder, Colo. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kiel, Mrs. Nodah I-Iurd and son David, drove to Stillman Valley to at- Fayette Leader Pag e 7 June 8, 1961 Fayetic, Iowa tend funeral services for \vill Kurd on Friday. Mr. HurJ f._im- erly lived at Maynard. ami died on Wednesday. Miss Viola Rogers, who teaches at Lake City, is home in Kayette fi. r the .summer. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Holtsapplr, Sioux City, Nebr., an> vi.,itmu m the home of her sister, Mrs. S K. Campbell. Mrs. Kathcrine Gross, Max ;in ,| Loel. spent Sunday until Tuesday in the home of Mrs Adda Gross, of Kcswick. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mangold and daughter, Vieki of Leipsie. Ohio, spent a week recently visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C'alnwm. and helping with the farm work. —— 9 —• Mr .and Mrs. Carl Bonne!If of Bushncll, 111., spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Calhtnln. Miss Linda Niles. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Niles, Jr., is representing Wrstfield Worthy Winners 4-H club at the state convention in Ames this week. ^ _ A __ Miss Ella Foxwcll left Tuesday for ;i visit with relatives in Virginia. Mrs. Mary Smith returned to Fayette after a three weeks vacation., Larry Maxson, U.S.N., has just returned from 25 months in Hawaii and is spending his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxson. He will report to San Diego, Calif., at the end of his leave. The Volga River Riders Saddle ulub had a picnic dinner Sunday and an afternoon trail ride at the Fox Schroyur home at Arlington. Sixteen horses and riders took part in the ride. Mrs. Al A/idrea, of Minneapolis, Minn., is here for a few days on business, and is staying with Mrs. Pnrothy Grimm. Mrs. Allie Holtxman returned Sunday from several days visit with relatives at Oelwein. Iowa personal income Increases least of states lou-a h ;i d the lowest increase in personal income for any stale in the nation for the year nf l!)fi(), reports the Iowa Business Digest, which is publish!'.! by the Bureau of Business an.! Economic Research at the. State University of Iowa. Thcugh tin- construction picture and farm sector rf the Iowa economy look bright, the May issue of the Digest reports three "g'nomy" aspects of Iowa personal income: First, it j-o.se only one per eent in Iowa compared to a national average rf five per cent. .Second, Iowa per capita personal int. .me for 1960 was $1,002, compared to $2,242 for the nation. Third, Iowa per capita income for the year was the lowest of the Plains states, including Minnesota, North and South Dakota, ^Nebraska and Kansas. No details on the lag in Iowa income, especially net farm income, are yet available, reports the Digest. The SUI publication reports further discouraging news on Iowa's economy for the opening months ,;f 1961. "First-quarter statistics on 1'JGl employment for the state are equally discouraging." says the SUI publication. Total non-agricultural employment stood at C()2,!iUO in March, the lowest figure for any rronlh since Mav of 1959. This figure would have to increase by about 10,000 to bring it to the level of May, I960. A decline of 2.4 per cent was recorded for manufacturing employment in the same quarter. The figure of 1G9.500 was the- lowest reported since September, 195H, when industry was Just beginning to recover from the 1957- fiR recr-.ssion. Mamifacturirif! employ men t would have to increase by about 5.0.!!) to bring this figure up to "Kit. rf May, LOGO, the Digest reports. G nstru'-tion cont i 1 a c t s are perking up, however, after very poor s.'iowings in January and February. The value of construction contracts aw.'irdefl in March was SH5.7 million compared to S.'ilU million a year ago and S11.3 mi'.l'i n and $19.9 million in January and February of this year. The January figure was a five- year low ;md ns a result the first quarter total is still running 17 pur cent behind that for last year, the Digest says. More cheerful news is coming from the farm sector of the Iowa economy, the SUI publication re- ivrts. For the first three months of 1HG1, cash farm receipts were up 15 per cent over the same period in 1960. The index of prices received by Iowa farmers on all farm products lose 6.8 per cent during the first four months of 1961, while the index of prices paid by U. S. farmers rose onjy 0.6 per cent. The favorable relation between prices and expenses an; thus u partial explanation of the improving agricultural situation, says the Digest. Grapefruit A grapefruit tree is now bearing near-ripe fruit and at the same time is in blossom m the basement of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Petur A. Peiffcr in Sigourney. Mr. Pcrffw brought the !ree from Texas about six ycnrs ago. It is planted in a large tub. and thrives inside in winter, outside in summer. The tree is less '.Man half the height to which they grow in Texas, and the fruit are small, but this year tne tree is loaded with fruit and blossoms. TRY LEADEH WANT ADS IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Gene Wm. Singer PLUMBING HEATING WIRING CONTRACTOR FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 247 Benefit club to meet The Home Benefit club will meet Tuesday, June 13, at the home of Mrs. Ida Burns. Mrs. Stella Lund is in charge r.f the program. Mrs. Ray Potter and Mrs. Merle Durfey, the fun time. 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